Apple might want you to subscribe to your next iPhone

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What if instead of buying your next iPhone or even spreading payments out for the nearly $1,000 device across multiple months, you leased it, like you would a car?

Bloomberg is reporting this week that the Cupertino tech giant is investigating the possibility of launching yet another subscription service to stand alongside iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Fitness+. But instead of accessing digital services and online programs of video-conferenced exercise gurus, you’d pay a subscription fee for iPhones and iPads (and maybe other Apple hardware).

The details in the report are thin. The rumored service …

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